I love the MSDN blog feed. Frank Prengel writes about a study between .Net and Websphere where .Net comes out on top. My only question is who paid for the study? Robert Green shared about the navigator control that will a part of Whidbey. “…navigator, a new WinForm control. It understands the data binding and(…)
Frank Arrigo of MS lets us know that VS will get a plug-in for refactoring. Hallelujah! It can’t come soon enough. (As you can tell I’m a big fan of refactoring.)
Here is an e-mail that I sent to our development team today regarding blogs. It seems that Microsoft has jumped on the blogging bandwagon and attempting to drive it. Recently, I discovered the world of blogs. For those of you who don’t know a blog is “A frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web(…)
Chris Sells has written a great introdution into Longhorn programming using our old friend Solitare (or sol.exe). Hmm I might need to install Longhorn sometime in the near future.
Brad Abrams of Microsoft writes of a web site (www.techsoup.com) where non-profit orgs can order software for “free”. So if you non-profit org needs software give this a look.
I got two major things accomplished tonight. The first: I now have .Text running on the DV server. For those of you who don’t know what .Text is it basically blogging software. I have decided to remove my blog from erablog.net after using it for a day. The reason? I didn’t like the way they(…)
And with that I’m going home. I have verified that my form is now working. I think that this little form does just about anything. I implemented an interface, a class factory, six controller classes , numerous business objects, a bazillion (read 25) stored procs and five custom controls on one stupid little form. I’m(…)
Currently, I am working on a file brokering system here at work. Unfortunately, the coder who originally coded it did not use OO concepts. This has made the last week a nightmare. I have already created a plan to completely re-work the system in a OO fashion but of course I don’t have time to(…)